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Stats Comparison

Compare one user's stats with another user's

The !compare command compares the experience points and level of two players for a certain skill.


!compare <skill> <RS name 1> [RS name 2]

Note: You may omit the second name if you are comparing your own stats to someone else's and you have set your default name. You may mix <RS_names> and &<IRC names> in the same command.

You must use underscores in RuneScape names, else RuneScript will not know you're comparing one person to yourself... or, if you are comparing two other players, where one name ends and the other begins.

Example of use:

<Cowman_133> !compare firemaking MysticTiger
-RuneScript- *** [ COMPARE ]: Cowman 133 [firemaking]: lvl 99, exp 13,055,539 | Mystictiger [firemaking]: lvl 88, exp 4,412,978
-RuneScript- *** [ COMPARE ]: Cowman 133 [firemaking]: is +11 lvls higher, +8,642,561 exp higher than Mystictiger [firemaking]
<Cynthia> !compare wc spling &Mystic
-RuneScript- *** [ COMPARE ]: Spling [woodcutting]: lvl 79, exp 1,979,732 | Mystictiger [woodcutting]: lvl 87, exp 4,217,113
-RuneScript- *** [ COMPARE ]: spling [woodcutting]: is 8 lvls lowers, 2,237,381 exp lower than Mystictiger [woodcutting]

You can also compare two different skills between players as well, with the first skill being one players and the second being the others.


!compare <skill1>/<skill2> <RS_name_1> [RS_name_2]
!compare <skill1>/<skill2> &<IRC name 1> [&<IRC name 2>]

Note: As with the above method of use, you can omit the second name if you've set your default name. All other constraints on this command still apply as well.

Example of use:

<Dragonah> !compare mine/smith &coolguydemon MysticTiger
-RuneScript- *** [ COMPARE ]: Haoshuu [mining]: lvl 77, exp 1,573,758 | Mystictiger [smithing]: lvl 85, exp 3,569,750
-RuneScript- *** [ COMPARE ]: Haoshuu [mining]: is 8 lvls lower, 1,995,992 exp lower than Mystictiger [smithing]

See also: List of skills you can use in !compare.

Note: Combat comparison is currently not supported.

This command's settings may be changed with !set compare.

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